Unleashing Insights RAINBOW TICKET






We are absolutely delighted to welcome you back for our upcoming online conference where we will be delving into trauma case studies and examples.

As Part of the RAINBOW Ticket you also gain free access to Leslies’s talk from the trauma conference 2023. You will be emailed the link.

Mark your calendars for an insightful online delegate meeting on Friday, 26th July 2024, at 7 pm UK time. Then our conference On Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th July 2024 9:30am-3pm UK time.

This year, we’re hosting a panel discussion featuring esteemed guests, including Natalie Light and Rachel Leather, to discuss the latest updates on Drax and share insights into working within our dynamic industry.

Weekend Schedule:

Saturday, 27th July 2024

  • Daniel Shaw –

    Exploring the Experience of Trauma from a Dogs Perspective: Trauma in dogs, much like in humans, can leave deep psychological scars that affect behavior and well-being. By examining trauma through a dog’s eyes, we gain valuable insights into their emotional world, revealing how past experiences shape their responses to stress and fear. Understanding these perspectives not only enhances our ability to provide compassionate care but also underscores the importance of patience and empathy in the healing process. This exploration helps bridge the gap between human and canine experiences, fostering a deeper connection and promoting more effective support for our four-legged companions.

  • Holly Tett-

    Puppyhood trauma understood via the Trauma Informed Triangle: Gain a deeper understanding of puppyhood trauma through the lens of the trauma-informed triangle. Learn practical strategies to recognise and address early signs of distress in puppies, setting them on a path to a healthier, happier life.

  • Sowjanya Vijayanagar

    Luna’s Journey with Trauma

  • Followed by Lunch and a Q&A Panel at 2 pm

Sunday, 28th July 2024

  • Clare Grierson-

    The Story of BooBoo a Greek Shepard In North London: Delve into the poignant story of a Greek Shepherd’s emotional journey from Greece to England. Claire’s talk will address crucial questions about behavioural assessment and intervention. Discover what it takes to provide these dogs with a sense of understanding, emotional comfort, and fulfilment.

  • Katie Sipple-

    Trauma Informed Care in Intra Household Dog Aggression Cases: When multi dog households devolve into intrahousehold dog aggression (IDA) it can be a terrifying experience for humans and dogs alike. Often just underneath the surface is a deeper history of trauma than the fights themselves. Join me to learn how to apply the principles of Trauma Informed Care to your IDA cases in order to give your clients and their dogs their best chance at healing as a unit.

  • Sandy Sharma – TBC
  • Followed by Lunch and a Q&A Panel at 2 pm

This is an unmissable opportunity to delve into compelling trauma case studies and engage with thought leaders. Secure your spot now and be part of these engaging and informative sessions!